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  • October 24    
    Methods is an interview show with professional fact-finders that gives the backstory on how they separate fact from fiction to understand the world around them. This month's guests are Zach and...
  • October 24    SOLD OUT
    Since 1940, American Ballet Theatre has performed in the greatest theaters around the world, creating a tradition of passion, innovation, and athleticism that transcends cultural boundaries...
  • October 24    
    Lauded for her "intelligence, integrity and all-encompassing technical prowess" by the New York Times, Buechner performs works by Gershwin, Mozart, Chopin, and Arensky.
  • October 24    
    Very affordable, very enjoyable late night Jazz at the Lincoln Center! Featuring Julius Rodriguez, Giveton Gelin, Morgan Guerin, Daryl Johns, and Jonathan Barber.
  • October 25    
    Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where Students and Music Associates from Columbia University's Music Performance Program will be showcased in an afternoon recital series. Jorg...
  • October 25    
    The story of the real-life, anti-Nazi prosecutor who had a secret hand in Israel's capture of Adolf Eichmann. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Operation Finale: The Capture...
  • October 25    
    Pianists from Juilliard's Collaborative Piano department perform sonata repertoire in partnership with student instrumentalists. 
  • October 25    
    Angel Otero,Title to be determined, 2017. Photo credit: Martin Parsekian. Courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong.
  • October 25    
    Kampo, or Japanese herbal medicine, has its roots in the traditional Chinese concepts of yin and yang, chi and the five elements. Imported to Japan in the fifth century, the medicinal art of kampo...
  • October 25    
    A panel of veteran and current NY female politicians discuss the question, "What will it take to achieve gender parity in politics?" Preceded by a performance by Barnard's Bacchantae!

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